Published: Wed, January 09, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Duchess of Cambridge celebrates 37th birthday as Duke spends day working

Duchess of Cambridge celebrates 37th birthday as Duke spends day working

Kate marked the event privately on Wednesday with her family.

While the Duchess usually celebrates her birthday in private with her family, that didn't stop one member of the public from asking her husband William how she was spending her day.

The Duchess of Cambridge wrapped up against the wintry weather to join the Queen at church yesterday.

"I did remember this morning so I was OK", he clarified. Sign up for our newsletter to get the latest updates on Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and more!

Although Prince George, 5, is expected to attend school during the day, it is assumed the Duchess of Cambridge will spend the day with all three children, including 8-month-old Prince Louis and Princess Charlotte, 3.

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Clutching a cuddly helicopter, William remarked, "Look at these, they are fantastic! Louis will be chewing that before long", William said of a squishy, red helicopter toy.

There was an extra present, a model helicopter, for George and his father quipped: "I can not go back without a helicopter, George will never forgive me".

The charity is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, and William visited their staff, patients and their families at a tea party marking the anniversary.

The prince, who worked for the East Anglian Air Ambulance until July 2017, also praised the boy and girl, brother and sister, for their neat handwriting, saying: "Your writing is very good as well".

The Duke of Cambridge became Patron of their #30YearsSavingLives campaign which aims to highlight the charity's vital work in delivering life-saving treatment across London, and raise support for the development of new facilities.

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